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Feb 9, 2013 1:30pm PST
for jeb bush called it a, quote, outrageous breach of privacy. >>> let's get back to jason carol live in boston. jason, you are learning more about the tragedy involving that 12-year-old boy. what do you know? >> reporter: well, deb, it's just an incredibly sad story. it happened early this afternoon. and much like a lot of people, a man and his son had headed out to dig out their car. as you can see, in this neighborhood here, we've been seeing it happen all day long. so basically, he had come out, cleared one side of his car, his son got cold and decided to go inside to stay warm. he was inside the car, debby, from maybe 10, maybe 15 minutes. but unbeknownst to the boy's father, the tailpipe was clogged with snow. and looking at these cars here in this neighborhood, and throughout the city, you can see how easy that could happen. unfortunately, the young boy became overcome by carbon monoxide. they brought him outside of the car. the young boy was unresponsive. neighbors and paramedics tried to revive the boy. he went into cardiac arrest. and unfortunately a short time later, once h
Feb 9, 2013 4:00pm PST
off now as the storm heads to sea. but live now to boston, and cnn's jason carol. jason, the story that you are telling is a tragic one, this is emerging from the storm. a little boy who was just helping his dad shovel snow. what happened? >> well, like so many little boys and little girls that came out today to help their parents dig out from the snow. we saw it on this street, and that is how the day started for a father and his 12-year-old son. they headed out at 11:30 this afternoon, went to clear off the snow off the car. dig out the car, they got the passenger side free. the 12-year-old boy got cold like children do, he hopped in the car to stay warm. what the father did not know is that the tail pipe was clogged with snow, the boy became overcome with carbon monoxide, at a certain point, a firefighter who lives in the neighborhood, heard screams, he came out to see what was going on and he saw the father was in distress, he tried to help him, he looked over on the other side and saw a 25-year-old woman who happened to be a nurse giving the young boy cpr, at that.he describes
Feb 9, 2013 2:00pm PST
, to everything. jason carol is in massachusetts, he's in boston, he has been watching the weather there, as well. the blizzard warnings there may have ended as well. but they were long and they dropped a lot of snow. and it did some deadly damage. >> reporter: and also, just some terrible news to report that's coming out of boston. and it has to do with what a lot of what you see behind me here, which is all of these cars that are buried underneath snow. you know, because that travel ban was lifted, a lot of people got out, wanted to get out ahead and shovel their cars. that's what happened early this afternoon. a father and his son went out to dig out the car, and the father dug out one side of the car, his son hopped inside the car, they shut the doors, thinking everything was okay. the young boy, 12 years old, was inside the car for about 12, maybe 15 minutes. he was overcome by carbon monoxide, ashleigh, because it turns out the tailpipe was still covered with snow. when you see these cars here, you can see how easy that would be to happen. unfortunately, by the time they got the young boy o
Feb 9, 2013 4:30pm EST
the car, make sure all parts of the car are clear. deb? >> all right. a tragic and vital lesson. jason carol, thank you so much. we really appreciate your reporting today. thanks. >>> connecticut, which got hit especially hard by the blizzard, is struggling to dig itself out. helping state crews to clear roads in the state. about 600,000 people, they're without power across the region. you can see what it looked like there. most of those people without power in massachusetts, rhode island, new york, connecticut and maine. we see the massachusetts numbers there going down. they were above 400,000 earlier today. that number has now dropped. connecticut, and that's where we find our ashleigh banfield. so ashley, how is it out there? >> reporter: the sun is going down. and guess what happens when the sun goes down, deb? the temperature goes down too. and the warning here tonight is i just feel like debby downer all day. warning, warning, warning. but this is serious. the temperature is going down. with a wind chill to minus 10. in some areas of connecticut tonight. and here comes another
Feb 9, 2013 2:00pm EST
inside his father's car. jason carol is in boston now. jason, so, so tragic. what are you learning? [ no audio ] okay. we're going to re-establish outside yes in just a minute. obviously, this is a storm that some people have been injured and there have been a few fatalities, clearly when you go out in weather like this, you never know what is going to happen. and unfortunately sometimes it is the thing you're least expecting. that happens. we are going to re-establish a connection with jason carol. other top stories we're following this morning. from alabama, the first video of that little boy rescued from captivity. this is ethan days after he was freed from a kidnapper who held him in a bunker. look at him, he's all smiles. and well, at least -- apparently not outside wartly showing signs of trauma. ethan's church hosted a big 6th birthday party for him this week and many neighbors and friends joined the celebration with cards, gifts and lots of good wishes that he is safe and back with his family. >>> an amish man behind a string of beard-cutting attacks has been sentenced to 1
Feb 15, 2013 11:00am PST
and that is where cnn's jason carol is live. it is the planetarium part of new york's museum of natural history. tell me how excited they are. >> reporter: oh, you know, i mean this is one of those rare events. i do want to bring something up, though. we talk about this type of event happening, you know, it actually did happen before, back in 1908. the outcome was much different. that in that case, the asteroid and/or comet struck the planet. it was in, of all places, siberia, happened in 1908. it apparently exploded above the surface of the planet. but still, even though it did that, it wiped out 825 square miles of forest. so think about that. in terms of danger, i mean, i think that's why scientists are watching this event so very closely. i'll bring in one scientist right now, dr. denton abel, curator of meteorites like the one you see behind me here. you've been looking at this situation very closely. at least for the past year. >> well, really only for the past week because we actually -- it was discovered as a thing that was near the earth in february of 2012. but it was only in the last
Feb 22, 2013 6:00am PST
.com/carolcnn or tweet me @carol cnn. jason johnson. >> it makes perfect sense for us to respond to gun violence by highly militarized responses. it's not how you clean up bad neighborhoods. what you do is hire more police. you hire police from those particular communities and you have the police walk the streets. you have things like what rudy jewel any did in new york which is take care of quality of life crime, take graffiti off the walls and clean up garbage. these are the ways you stop gun violence. it's not about bringing in troops and scaring everybody in the street. >> just the sight of the general saying to some stupid gang member prone to violence saying put that gun down or i'm going to get you, that sounds good to me, actually. >> it sounds good to me, too. i love the general. i think he would do a great favor to chicago if he would move there. i don't think militaryizing chicago or any of the other urban areas facing huge amounts of gun violence is the way to do it. carol, i was born in nicaragua. i lived through a civil war. i think what it's like to have armed men all over your co
Feb 15, 2013 6:00am PST
there is absolutely no chance of impact. cnn's jason carroll is in new york at the american museum of natural history, but jason, in light of what happened in russia, it just makes you a little nervous. >> reporter: you know, carol it's a wake-up call. you look at what happened in russia, you look at what's going to happen later on this afternoon. the name of that asteroid is 2012da14, not a very inspiring name for such an incredible object and you know, as the animation shows, at its closest point that's going to be at about 2:00 this afternoon, 2:24 i think to be exact, it will pass just about 17,200 miles from earth. that may sound like it's far away, carol, but that's actually very, very close. some of our communications and weather satellites are actually in that same area but we're told from scientists that this particular asteroid is not going to have any effect on any of our communication satellites but still this is something to keep a very close eye on. someone who has been watching closely, it's dr. denton abel, he's 6'5", back just a little bit. he's curator here at the hall of the univer
Feb 7, 2013 6:00am PST
with the republican party. cnn or tweet me @carolcnn. also here to talk about rubio, pete dominic, jason johnson and amy kremer. welcome once again. >> we are happy to be here. >> my first question to you, jason, marco rubio will speak spanish, but it seems kind of patronizing. >> doing the response to the state of the union, it's like the career kiss of death. it's like being on the cover of madden, being an extra member of destiny's child, it will never get you anywhere. i don't think that's going to help him be the leader of the party. it's treating latino voters like they are stupid. they remember how the republican party behaved with immigration. just because he gives a speech in spanish will not magically change things. >> amy, conservatives, do they like marco rubio. >> yes. it's a tremendous opportunity for us. he beat who is now a democrat, charlie crist in 2010. and so he's a conservative -- i mean, haes tea party. he can reach those voters, to explain why the republican vision is good. why we need to shrink government. and grow our economy and create a pro growth enviro
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